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I agree to pay the rental rate for the period we used the product and in transit and further agrees to promptly return the products at the end of the rental period in the same condition as received.
I will give alert to Yosnalab if my contact information changes.
I also agree to pay for any damages to, or loss of, the rented merchandise occurring during their time of possession or because of loss and or damage of the products. Upon return and inspection if any and all repairs necessary and or accessories missing that were itemized will be charged at our current rates and billed to you.
A full day rental is charged, even for a partial day use. There are absolutely no refunds for early returns.
The products can be used upto 4 weeks only, Cost will be calculated as per day of usage. We are not responsible for the damage of materials or other liability of any kind resulting from the use or malfunction of the equipment. We will not return the initial deposit of money until the product is returned back.
I am responsible for keeping track of my due dates. I understand that any notices sent out by Yosnalab are a courtesy only and failure to receive them does not excuse me from any charges.
A copy of both sides of their valid institution identification card need to be present. Depositing the money can be done only in the form of cash, not through credit/debit cards.
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The most important thing is identifying a problem that’s worth solving. If your project doesn’t solve a problem that your potential customers face, you’re not really accomplishing anything. Be relevant. Ideally, you should be able to describe the problem in one or two sentences, or even a few bullet points. Keep in mind that some projects may solve multiple problems, but you will usually be more successful if you focus on one core problem at a time.
Too many students start with a solution (an idea or product that they think the market needs) without first identifying the problem that they’re solving. You can avoid making this mistake by first ensuring that you are solving a real problem that you’re customers are facing (see Problem).
Every idea or project has competition. Even if no one has a solution similar to what you’ve come up with, your potential customers are already solving the presented problem with some kind of alternative. For example, the competitors for the first automobile weren’t other vehicles, but horses and the concept of walking. You should already be thinking about your competition and existing alternatives, along with what advantages your solution offers over them. Are you faster, cheaper, or better? Why should a potential customer choose your solution over another? Be sure to describe the key differences between your solution and the competition. This exercise will help ensure that you are building a unique solution that customers will choose.
As you define the problem that you’re solving, you should already be thinking about potential customers who have this problem. You’ll need to define exactly what demographic has the problem, and how many potential customers you’re targeting. It’s always tempting to define a large market, but that won’t allow you to truly focus your solution.
As great as your idea may be, only the right team will be able to effectively execute a great project. You should talk about why you and your team members are the right fit to execute your vision and why your team’s skill set is precisely what is needed to make the project successful. Knowing what your team is lacking and recognizing that you may need help from mentors and professors is extremely important.
Resources can be anything that you have to spend money to obtain. For example, you might need development hardware or technical software. You don’t necessarily need to a detailed plan, but you’ll need to know what kind of expenses you’ll be facing.